Sweet and sexy, Southwark’s restaurant and bar The Refinery provides socialites with something special to savour. Located in the landmark Blue Fin Building on Southwark Street, the refinery sees locals enjoying innovative cocktails, global wines and an impressive menu, emphasising provenance and organic ingredients.
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110 Southwark StreetLondonSE1 0TF
Visited refinery for a post work drinks with my colleagues. It's quite near where I work and looked more modern and hence different from other joins in around which are more 'traditional' if you could call that.
The ambiance is pretty nice, modern and lots of energy but in terms of the fare there is nothing really unique was my view.
The standard drinks, the food was not bad and not great...more
Great little Italian restaurant! The staff are very friendly and the space in itself is very open and super clean. The food came out in less than 5 minutes and it was very tasty, although my granddaughter ate all my plate! I definately recommend the risotto.more
On a gloomy day in London, The Refinery is simply a solid brunch spot. Not a game changer and not so much a scene that it's going to redefine your weekend breakfast routine, but without a lot of options in this area on a sleepy Sunday, it satisfies.
The decor is like a midcentury meets minimalist mish mash. Not everything matches and it lends to an eclectic look. Food wise I went with the...more
This experience was rather mediocre. I escaped the rain with a friend for some brunch, but their brunch menu was not on. Ordered a club sandwich, which was not great as the bread was hardly toasted. We also ordered coffees that took entirely too long to arrive considering how few people were in the restaurant. The worst part was the fire alarm went off, which happens but it delayed everyone's...more
I went here on a work lunch and boy were my expectations exceeded.
I'd ordered the pork and mash, and despite being a simple dish, it was executed delightfully. Great sausages, with absolutely no gristle.
Then the Mac n Cheese. I forgot to snap a picture of the beauty, which is unlike me...
Anyway it was the best Mac n Cheese I've ever had in London. It was served in a small cast iron pan....more